Database Programming with SQL
Database Design and Programming with SQL – Course Description Overview This course engages participants helping them implement their database design by creating a physical database using SQL. Basic SQL syntax and the rules for constructing valid SQL statements are reviewed. This course culminates with a project that challenges students to implement and demonstrate a database solution for a business or organization.
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Evening course, 2.5 hours per week for 12 weeks, on a Tuesday. The course runs from October to January.
• Oracle Application Express
• Relational Database Technology
• Anatomy of an SQL Statement
SELECT and WHERE
• Columns, Characters, and Rows
• Limit Rows Selected
• Comparison Operators
WHERE, ORDER BY, and Intro to Functions
• Logical Comparisons and Precedence Rules
• Sorting Rows
• Introduction to Functions
Single Row Functions Part I
• Case and Character Manipulation
• Number Functions
• Date Functions
Single Row Functions Part II
• Conversion Functions
• NULL Functions
• Conditional Expressions
• Cross Joins and Natural Joins
• Join Clauses
• Inner versus Outer Joins
• Self-Joins and Hierarchical Queries
• Oracle Equijoin and Cartesian Product
• Oracle Nonequijoins and Outer Joins
• Group Functions
• Oracle Nonequijoins and Outer Joins
• Using Group By and Having Clauses
• Using Rollup and Cube Operations, and Grouping Sets
• Using Set Operators
• Fundamentals of Subqueries
• Single-Row Subqueries
• Multiple-Row Subqueries
• Correlated Subqueries
• INSERT Statements
• Updating Column Values and Deleting Rows
• DEFAULT Values, MERGE, and Multi-Table Inserts
• Creating Tables
• Using Data Types
• Modifying a Table
• Intro to Constraints; NOT NULL and UNIQUE Constraints
• PRIMARY KEY, FOREIGN KEY, and CHECK Constraints
• Managing Constraints
• Creating Views
• DML Operations and Views
• Managing Views
Sequences and Synonyms
• Working with Sequences
• Indexes and Synonyms
Duration: 12 weeks
Oracle Database Programming
Course Code: FC3462
Annual Fees: £450
Please note: Fees are for 2018/19 entry and are for home and EU students of all ages. No concessions apply. For more information about financial support for students, please click here.
Courses are subject to continuing development and changing circumstances that may necessitate their cancellation or alterations to the course content or other related matters, such as fees and delivery times/dates.
You will need to have at least a basic knowledge of databases.
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